Anyone excited about Stefani Germanotta spending a week and performing in Korea?:
US pop diva Lady Gaga arrived in South Korea late Friday, one week before a Seoul performance which will kick off her third concert tour.
The singer, wearing a floor-length low-cut white dress, white gloves and a pearl-encrusted mask, blew kisses to fans at Seoul’s Gimpo airport who tried to snap her image on smartphones.
Her schedule in South Korea for the coming week was unclear and concert organizers Hyundai Card declined to give details.
“The Born This Way Ball” tour begins on April 27 at Seoul’s Olympic Stadium.
From there Lady Gaga will take her hits and extravagant costumes to Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia, and then on to 21 European cities.
South Koreans aged under 18 have been banned from the concert after it was rated unsuitable for younger audiences.
The show had an initial age rating of 12 and older but the Korea Media Rating Board — a state watchdog — adjusted it upwards. [Rappler]
You can read the rest at the link but besides kids under 18 being banned from the concert, Christians are supposedly organizing to protest at her concert. I would be surprised if they draw much of a crowd because I just don’t see this being something Koreans are going to bet too worked up about. I hope Stefani enjoys here time in Korea and I would love to see her in a hanbok!